ALFRED (NEWS CENTER Maine) — The woman accused of driving through a kids' baseball game, hitting and killing a man, pleaded not guilty to all charges against her including manslaughter and aggravated assault.

Carol Sharrow, 52, appeared in York County Superior Court in Alfred Friday, Nov. 9 and entered a not guilty plea to 15 charges against her.

Sharrow is charged with killing Douglas Parkhurst, 68, of West Newfield on June 1, 2018 when police say her car came onto a field at Goodall Park in Sanford during a boys' baseball game.

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Video taken by spectators at the Babe Ruth game showed Sharrow's car circling the bases as umpires and players fled. The videos and images gained national attention along with the bizarre twist that the man she is accused of hitting and killing was involved in a hit-and-run himself decades prior.

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In 2013, Douglas Parkhurst confessed to driving the car that killed a four-year-old in 1968 in New York state.

A grand jury indicted Sharrow in York County Superior Court in September on a 15-count indictment including manslaughter and aggravated assault.

Carol Sharrow in court with lawyer
Carol Sharrow in court

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